Results for: Atomic-force-microscope

Is an atom microscopic?

No. Atoms are submicroscopic, meaning they are too small to be seen  even with a microscope.
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In Physics

Why does the structure of an atom on a strong nuclear force and electromagnetic force?

Why does the observed structure of atoms depend on the nuclear strong force and also the electromagnetic force? Imagine a prize fight between two very different -- but both ve (MORE)
In Biology

What is loading rate in atomic force microscopy?

The loading rate  represents the changing in applied force with time. loading rate =dF/dt. It is a general term used not only for AFM but also for Dynamic Force Spectroscopy (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What are the microscope?

Microscope - device used to view objects which are too small to see  or explore with your eye alone. Compound - when a scope has a  minimum to two magnifying lenses. Binocul (MORE)
In Science

Why do you need a special microscope to see atoms?

Because traditional optics cannot magnify something the size of an angstrom to a level viewable by the human eye. In addition atoms move faster than a human could track.
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What force only works on a microscopic scale?

The four forces are:    gravity - very long range and always attractive  electromagnetic - long range  weak nuclear force - very short range, limited to atomic  nucle (MORE)